Ten-year-old Sydney Lucas became the youngest performer ever to win an Obie, for her performance in 'Fun Home.'
The prolific crime novelist will hit the NYC stage for the first time in October when 'Lift,' his first full-length play, opens Off-Broadway.
World-famous playwrights contribute new one-act plays to the fourth annual festival by Theater Breaking Through Barriers in New York.
The two-time Tony winner who has designed the costumes for over 30 Broadway productions is having two one-act plays produced Off-Broadway.
The 'Rent' star will appear for three weeks in a Spanish-language version of Eve Ensler's still-controversial show at the Westside Theatre, the show's original home.
A new musical play by the 'Les Misérables' and 'Miss Saigon' lyricist/librettist is scheduled to open in December at 59E59 Theaters.
The actor talks to us about his jock/bully role, the show, his background, and his non-profits.
An acclaimed stage adaptation of David Rudkin's radio play delving into Alfred Hitchcock's psyche and creative force arrives Off-Broadway May 1.
Fans will have to wait for their more intimate night with Janis Joplin Off-Broadway, but diva-themed shows are popping up all over.
After playing Lear's Fool opposite Frank Langella, the actor returns to New York starring in a solo show he wrote about an unforgettable childhood experience.
Chicago theater luminaries Alaric Jans and the late Robert Sickinger are behind a new adaptation featuring Broadway star Luba Mason at Theater for the New City.
Quinton, co-star of the original Ridiculous Theatrical Company production of Charles Ludlam's 'The Mystery of Irma Vep,' returns to direct a 30th anniversary production for the Red Bull Theater.
Kindred comic spirits, and married in real life, the sitcom stars bring Sharr White's two-person comedy to New York next month.
British actors Michael Gambon and Eileen Atkins are currently starring in Samuel Beckett's All That Fall, which opened on November 11 at the 59E59 Theater in New York. The production is fresh from London's West End, where it enjoyed a critically acclaimed, sold-out run.
When a father's love of music clashes with his daughter's passion for basketball, modernist composer Charles Ives is the perfect referee.